SMBs in serviced offices in Northampton may benefit from new computer program
A new version of a computer program aimed at small and medium-sized businesses (SMBs) may benefit firms that occupy serviced offices in Northampton.
The Avaya IP Office Release 6.1 is designed to offer a variety of different customer service and enterprise collaboration enhancements that can improve productivity among workers in small firms, as well as helping companies become more efficient.
Stephanie Watson, general manager of telecoms and IT analyst firm MZA, said: "This new release also incorporates key improvements in deployment and management options which will resonate well with the SMB channel participants."
The latest version of the program allows Avaya to expand on its vision to bring the powerful collaboration capabilities of large corporations to smaller firms without any of the complexities, stated the company’s general manager, Anthony Bartolo.
Last week, chief executive of web design software company Basekit Juan Lobat observed SMBs may be able to save money by designing their own website, as maintenance to an online portal can often prove to be costly.